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Struggle for Pleasure (GAS Version) 00:07:05

Wim Mertens, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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Hudson Cycle (Marc Mélia Version) 00:04:52

Nico Muhly, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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Etude n°9 (Nadia Struiwigh Experimental Edit) 00:06:29

Philip Glass, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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Elf Dance (Suzanne Ciani Version) 00:03:10

Moondog, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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The Heart Asks Pleasure First (Vladislav Delay Remake) 00:09:19

Michael Nyman, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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Struggle for Pleasure (Hüma Utku Version) 00:05:23

Wim Mertens, Composer - Vanessa Wagner, MainArtist

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